Around the Corner
Dramatic and clear explanation of how a vehicle can turn a corner keeping the wheels from skidding because the differential is at work.
Producer Handy (Jam) OrganizationSponsor Chevrolet Division, General Motors CorporationAudio/Visual sound, color
05:55:39:21 05:55:44:05 LS TS men riding motorcycles standing on their seats
05:55:44:06 05:55:48:00 MS TS side view man riding motorcycle standing vertically on the seat + saluting
05:55:53:03 05:56:05:28 TS LS 4 men riding on 1 motorcycle doing acrobatic balancing stunts
05:56:06:09 05:56:51:14 HA LS 17 men riding motorcycles in ornamental configurations
05:56:56:27 05:57:19:07 VS HA LS 5 men on motorcycles riding together in circle / superimposed curved lines + arrow indicating turn radius / 3 center riders disappear / inner + outer most motorcycles complete circle
05:57:28:21 05:57:40:16 LS PAN man turning around on dirt road in antique car / passing by camera + driving off up dirt road
05:57:40:29 05:57:49:07 VS CU rear axel of antique car w/ one wheel spinning + kicking up dirt / LS old car taking off up rustic dirt road
05:58:10:20 05:58:19:00 CU LA MS rear two wheels of car turning / cover of differential disappears revealing spinning gear
05:58:24:20 05:58:35:12 MS 2 mini car tires w/ Chevrolet hubcaps mounted to two separate axels / disembodied arm reaching into frame + turning wheels
"We wish to express our appreciation to the Riders of Victor McLaglen, star of 'The Informer' and other famous Hollywood productions, for their co-operation during the filming of this picture."